IRVING <a href="http://www.nflonsalejerseys.com">nfl jerseys</a>, Texas -- Upon further review, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett still sees nothing wrong with how he managed the end of regulation in Sunday's 19-13 overtime loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
Garrett insisted Monday there was no need to call a timeout after getting a first down at the Arizona 31-yard line with about 25 seconds left, even though Dallas could have run a few plays in hopes of setting up a shorter field-goal attempt.Garrett maintained he "thought it was the right thing to do" in letting the clock wind down and settle for <a href="http://www.nflonsalejerseys.com">nfl jerseys wholesale</a> a 49-yard field goal by a rookie kicker who'd already missed from 53 yards, and who'd made a 50-yarder only because of a fortuitous ricochet off an upright.And Garrett considered it "not really appropriate" to think he might have added to the pressure on his kicker by then calling a timeout just before the rookie was trying that 49-yarder.OK, then: How about the decision for Tony Romo to <a href="http://www.nflonsalejerseys.com">cheap nfl jerseys</a> spike the ball after getting the first down that started the wild finish; was that Romo's choice or Garrett's?"I don't have a great answer for you on that," Garrett said.
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